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  1. Middle Ages (21063 bytes)
    1: ...f European history]] into three 'ages': the Classical civilization of [[Antiquity]], the Middle Ages, ...
    6: ...prising artistic sophistication, though its political and social senses were unevolved and its technol...
    8: ... this connection too was lost. Administrative, educational and military infrastructure quickly vanishe...
    12: ...changes, and the institutional support for large scale chattel slavery largely disappeared.
    14: ...ple such as the [[Vikings]] were still capable of causing major disruption to the newly emerging socie...
  2. Conventional Egyptian chronology (10774 bytes)
    27: ... [[Protodynastic Period of Egypt|Dynasty 0]] ''circa'' 3100?2920 ===
    273: *Masaharta 1054-1046
  3. Ukraine (22193 bytes)
    3: ...t borders were only established in [[1954]]. It became independent once more following the [[fall of t...
    20: | colspan="2" | [[image:LocationUkraine.png]]
    24: | '''[[Capital]]''' || [[Kiev]] ({{lang-ua|''Kyiv''}})
    34: ...br /> &nbsp;- GDP/capita (PPP) <br /> &nbsp;- GDP/capita (Nominal)
    35: ...>$1,748 ([[List of countries by GDP (Nominal) per capita|107th]])
  4. California (63989 bytes)
    2: Name = California|
    3: Fullname = State of California ! |
    4: Flag = California state flag.png |
    5: Flaglink = [[Flag of California]] |
    6: Seal = California state seal.png |
  5. Crusade (28859 bytes)
    2: ...ople]], the [[Albigensian Crusade]] against the [[Cathars]] of southern France and the [[Northern Crus...
    6: == Historical background ==
    7: ...ry, combined with the relative stabilization of local European borders after the Christianization of t...
    9: ...ose who were killed in battle. Even today Spanish Catholics are allowed to substitute [[Friday abstine...
    11: ...o marshal public opinion in their favor, people became personally engaged in a dramatic religious cont...
  6. Byzantine Empire (29975 bytes)
    7: ... as preserved today at the entrance of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul (Constantinople).</smal...
    10: | Constantine makes Constantinople his capital.
    21: | Justinian's generals reconquer North Africa and Italy from the [[Vandals]] and [[Ostrogoths]]...
    27: ...he following decades, they take most of North Africa, and later conquer Sicily as well.
    31: | [[1054]]
  7. World War II (58065 bytes)
    4: ...ed, cited as either the German [[Polish September Campaign|invasion of Poland]] on [[1 September]] [[1...
    6: ...ean Sea]], [[African Theatres of World War II|Africa]], the [[Middle East Theatre of World War II|Midd...
    8: ...]'s [[Unit 731]] experiments in [[Pingfan]]. As a case of [[total war]], it involved the "[[home front...
    10: ...on of Japan led to its democratization, and China came to split into the Communist [[People's Republic...
    22: ...olonies of the British Empire, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, No...
  8. Christianity (47078 bytes)
    8: ...e persons (technically Greek ''[[hypostasis]]''), called the [[Trinity]]. Christianity encompasses num...
    9: #[[Roman Catholicism]] (the largest single denomination, with...
    11: ... schools of thought, including [[Anglicanism]], [[Calvinism]], [[Lutheranism]], and [[Methodism]]).
    14: ...inity]] of distinct persons with one substance) became human on earth, born as [[Jesus]] pursuant to t...
    21: ...he [[New Testament]], Jesus' followers were first called Christians by non-Christians in the city of [...
  9. List of popes (77758 bytes)
    1: ...lti.jpg|thumb|Popes buried in [[St. Peter's Basilica|St. Peter's]]]]
    2: This is a '''list of Popes of the Roman Catholic Church'''.
    4: ...has been used officially by the head of the Roman Catholic Church since the tenure of [[Pope Siricius]...
    6: ...Apostles]], [[Supreme Pontiff]] of the [[One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church|Universal Church]], [...
    7: ... has been [[Sovereign]] in the State of the [[Vatican City]] (the [[Holy See]]).
  10. History of Christianity (35391 bytes)
    10: ...e flesh as [[Jesus]] (the [[Incarnation]]), and became the deliverer of both Israel and of all mankind...
    12: ...ir own [[Bible]], and later also [[biblical canon|canonized]] the books of the [[New Testament]].
    26: ...e Mediterranean. The core [[History of the Roman Catholic Church]] is said to extend in an unbroken t...
    29: ...ut should be taught to follow what would later be called the [[Noahide Laws]] subset of the [[Law of M...
    40: *[[Polycarp]], bishop of Smyrna and disciple of [[John the ...
  11. William I of England (8753 bytes)
    7: ...a]], the daughter of a tanner. Born in [[Falaise, Calvados, France|Falaise]], [[Normandy]], now in [[F...
    12: ...he Unready]] and later of King [[Canute the Great|Canute]].
    14: ...ormandy by defeating the rebel Norman barons at [[Caen]] in the [[Battle of Val-賭Dunes]] in [[1047]]...
    16: ... of the [[Pope Leo IX|pope]] in [[1053]] at the [[Cathedral of Notre Dame]] at [[Eu, Seine-Maritime|Eu...
    18: ...]] and [[Robert, Count of Mortain]] played significant roles in his life.
  12. Neodymium (12345 bytes)
    16: <td>[[Chemical series]] </td><td>[...
    20: <td>[[Density]], [[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]] </td><td>6800 [[kilogram per cubi...
    28: <td>[[Atomic radius]] (calc.) </td><td>[[1 E-10 m|18...
    42: ...span="2" align="center" bgcolor="#ffbfff">'''Physical properties'''</th></tr>
    55: ... </td><td>6.03E-3 [[Pascal|Pa]] at 2890 K</td></tr>
  13. Medieval History (23198 bytes)
    2: ... three 'ages': the [[Classical civilization|classical civilization]] of [[Antiquity]], the Middle Ages...
    4: ... aevus'', is spelled '''''medieval''''' in [[American English]] and sometimes '''''mediaeval''''' or '...
    8: ...prising artistic sophistication, though its political and social senses were unevolved and its technol...
    10: ... this connection too was lost. Administrative, educational and military infrastructure quickly vanishe...
    14: ...changes, and the institutional support for large scale chattel slavery largely disappeared.
  14. History of science in early cultures (11033 bytes)
    3: ...ture]], which allowed for a surplus of food, it became possible for early [[Civilization|civilizations...
    6: ...92 BC]], [[Field Museum of Natural History]],[[Chicago]]. ([[Palm]]-sized)]]
    7: ...pages.com/swadhwa/hofa/mesopotamia.html (astronomical)-->
    9: ...h extremely thorough [[quantitative]] and [[numerical]] data. But their observations and measurements ...
    11: ...y tablets. [[Hipparchus]] was to use this data to calculate the [[precession]] of the [[Earth]]'s axis...
  15. List of autonomous entities (9309 bytes)
    6: ! Category
    35: | [[Macau]] (?m鮯&#28595;&#38376;&nbsp;&ndash; Macau)
    105: ...;&#1083;&#1072;&#1085;&#1080;&#1103;&nbsp;&ndash; Caegat Iryston/&#1062;榡mp;#1075;&#1072;&#1090; &#1...
    139: ...rdynskij Burjatija/&#1059;&#1089;&#1090;&#1100;-&#1054;&#1088;&#1076;&#1099;&#1085;&#1089;&#1082;&#1080;...
    174: ...special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao dependencies instead of autonomous regions, rega...
  16. Taurus (constellation) (2696 bytes)
    13: ...entioned in Chinese history texts and Native American pottery.
    17: ...order to win [[Europa (mythical)|Europa]], a mythical Phoenician princess, and thus the father of the ...
    20: ...astronomical constellation and the Hindu astrological sign of the [[Sidereal astrology|sidereal zodiac...
    22: ...logy)|exaltation]] of the [[Moon]]. Each astrological sign is assigned a part of the body, viewed as t...
  17. Walter Baade (2275 bytes)
    17: | [[1566 Icarus]] || [[June 27]], [[1949]]
    30: ...nova of the year [[1054]], and identified the optical counterparts of various [[radio astronomy|radio]...
    32: ...[[Apollo asteroid|Apollo-class asteroid]] [[1566 Icarus]] (whose perihelion is closer than that of [[M...
    34: ... Russell Lectureship]] of the [[American Astronomical Society]] in [[1958]].

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